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SAFETY COMES FIRST

From the 2nd of June KAPTÁR is waiting for you again! Although a lot of things will get back to normal right away, we are doing everything to provide an environment where you can work safely – read the summary of our precautionary measures!

Since the beginning of the epidemic, our main priority was to ensure the safest working environment as possible at KAPTÁR. We are part of all kinds of different groups and forums so we regularly share best practices with other coworking offices and also revisit our safety measures weekly.

Introduced basic hygiene standards and rules in the space which if followed, we can minimize cross-infection risks. These include that anyone arriving should wash hands first, we should keep our safety distance from each other, and most importantly if you feel sick, do not come in.

We’ve put hand sanitizers and disinfection sprays to all places that are visited regularly by many (washrooms, kitchenettes etc.). We regularly clean commonly used surfaces like door knobs, switches etc. during the day. We tagged seats and places in the space that we recommend skipping in order to ensure proper safety distance between coworkers. We do not make wearing facemasks obligatory but recommend using these. We’ve put out some professional masks for you to take freely.

We’ve put hand sanitizers and disinfection sprays to all places that are visited regularly by many (washrooms, kitchenettes etc.). We regularly clean commonly used surfaces like door knobs, switches etc. during the day. 

We tagged seats and places in the space that we recommend skipping in order to ensure proper safety distance between coworkers. We do not make wearing facemasks obligatory but recommend using these. We’ve put out some professional masks for you to take freely.

Despite all of the above, the key to our safety is a community if responsible and cautious members, so we appreciate if you look out for yourselves and each other as best as you can.

 

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